Washita

Along the trail at the Visitor Center a sign reads, “This Native Garden is dedicated to Chief Lawrence Hart for his role in establishing Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, and to the members of The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma who Provide Education & Assistance in Support of the Park’s Cultural & Natural Resources. 2010” Unfortunately, this Native Garden is hardly recognizable. Over the years, with limited staff availability and inconsistent weather patterns (droughts and flooding), our garden is in great need of personal attention. Might you, or a group, want to adopt the garden? You can spend once…

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First Day of School

FIRST DAY of SCHOOL…Back to School for the Hickey kids! Hayven, second grade; Darci, Kindergarten; Tarley, fourth grade; Holden eighth grade and Reece, fifth grader.

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Memorial

MEMORIAL…Charlie Holcomb of Leedey is hosting a fundraiser for the Angel Boyd Memorial. He is pictured with the bow he made, and Leedey Floral &

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Book Club

BOOK CLUB…The first meeting of the Roger Mills County Book Club had a great turnout last week. The first book is “Daisy Jones & the

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Showing

SHOWING…2022 Hereford Mini Junior Nationals is in the books! Eight-year-old Jacquelynn Padgett had a fun-filled week. She attended the Queen’s Tea, participated in Team Fitting,

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Showing

SHOWING…Kraiton Carpenter of Leedey won his Horned Hereford Class and was named Reserve Champion Division IV Horned Hereford Female at the 2022 Junior National Hereford

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